Bryce Eishold

Journalist

News and sports journalist, covering police and emergency services, football and netball, Gippsland Drive and occasionally writing for Gippsland Farmer. Get in touch: 5135 4434 or beishold@lvexpress.com.au

Latest Stories

Police seek erratic driver information

Police seek erratic driver information

An appeal has been launched to help locate a driver who was seen driving at dangerous speeds through red lights and tailgating on the Princes Highway between Traralgon and Morwell.  

Storage units targeted

Storage units targeted

Daring thieves are breaking into storage sheds in the Latrobe Valley in what police have described as a brazen plan to steal power tools, car parts and home entertainment equipment.  

Petition to save Moe trees

Petition to save Moe trees

Staff Street residents in Moe have taken matters into their own hands to prevent the removal of mature Melaleuca trees which have lined the street for three decades but were at risk of getting the chop.  

Village plan to grow Gippsland

Village plan to grow Gippsland

Sitting inside a Morwell restaurant, newly-appointed Committee for Gippsland chief executive Sophie Morell outlines her plans for the future of Gippsland's business sector and the journey she plans to take the advocacy body on.  

Police assault outrage

Police assault outrage

Latrobe’s Acting Inspector has called for tougher penalties to deter people from using police as "punching bags" after two officers were allegedly assaulted in separate incidents at the weekend.  

Children and woman airlifted

Children and woman airlifted

Three children and a woman were airlifted to hospital on Saturday night following a head-on collision between two cars on the Princes Highway at Traralgon.  

Projecting women’s roles

Projecting women’s roles

An Indigenous painting by local Kurnai Elder Aunty Eileen Harrison will be displayed on one of Loy Yang's iconic cooling towers until Sunday to coincide with NAIDOC Week.  

First buyers at home in the Valley

First buyers at home in the Valley

First homebuyers are being reminded to know their limitations and take a broader approach when considering the best place to buy.  

Moe residents disgusted by rubbish dumped on track

Moe residents disgusted by rubbish dumped on track

Visitors and residents are fed up with the derelict state of a walking track near the Moe-Yallourn Rail Trail which is portraying the town as a "dump", Make Moe Glow president Marilyn May says.  

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